I was writing up a post about President’s Day and presidential movies, but it was a lot harder to come up with titles I actually liked than I thought it would be, and then I got distracted by this (after the jump):
I think we can all agree that, as stupid as that is, there’s something ridiculously hilarious about it. But it really makes me wonder — as much as we hear about the Internet being the next big way to distribute rich media, where are all the real success stories? Have we yet had a really great film (or song, or whatever) emerge from the Internet? Sure, the Net is helpful for publicizing things and distributing silly videos (or silly podcasts), but will we ever see it be the birthplace of a major piece of art?